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Diederik Van Rooijen
Sigrid ten Napel
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Romy has to stay with her grandma Stine after school. It's so boring. Her hairdresser Grandma is strict and in love with her salon. But grandma's memory is not the best, and charming Romy can be at some help with customers and economy.
Patrick (38) lives with his parents on a naturist campsite. When his father dies he finds himself in charge, but has lost his favorite hammer. His search becomes an existential quest, when a hammer is used in a break-in crime.
Hans, a self-confident man, on his way together with his family, causes a traffic fight with another driver: Ed - who, in revenge, starts to follow the family and confronts Hans with his ego. As Hans starts to lose control of his family, Ed pushes him until nothing but the fearful, vulnerable child he once was remains.
In one scene a high speed car chase goes past a road sign saying "de scholen zijn weer begonnen (the schools have started again)", these signs are intended too make drivers aware of possible children crossing. Because of this scene the Dutch Road Safety Organisation, who make these road signs, publicly distanced them self from the movie and emphasized that they did not authorize the use of their signs in the movie. See more »
Volvo XC90 has standard 4 wheel drive, the scene with spinning front wheels trying to get out some muddy road seemed not very realistic for a 4WD SUV. See more »
The time for apologies is behind us.
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Dutchmen can make real suspense, not only romcoms for the teenagers
This is entertainment and art mixing up. I did not know this is possible in NL. Very well made highway triller, both technically and story subject. Last act taking it to a higher level. Real suspense (most 0f the time). Dutch actor Jeroen Spitzenberger in his best, multi levveled performance. Storie is a little simple. Not every plotpoint is credible but. But the Dutch language acting is much better than we are used too in NL. Even both children are remarkably convincing. Did not know this director. He should make more film.
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